Rising Use of Surveillance Colonoscopy and Potential Impacts
The proportion of colonoscopies performed for postpolypectomy surveillance has increased significantly, particularly among older patients with limited life expectancy, raising concern for possible overuse.
Endoscopist-Directed Sedation Rarely Fails: Implications for the Value of Anesthesia Assistance for Routine GI Endoscopy
Failed sedation for routine gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is extremely rare, warranting a return to endoscopist-directed sedation, rather than costly anesthesia-assisted sedation, as the default sedation standard.
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